POC: Proof of Concept
Proof of concept is a process designed to help determine whether your software idea fits the real world. In short, proof of concept bridges the gap between your expectations and the software’s realty. For any software developer, proof of concept provides the best method to illustrate benefits, functions, and features of the software to its intended users. Although there is no guarantee that your idea will work, developing a proof of concept helps you test the viability of your idea. It also gives you the information you require to persuade investors and stakeholders to invest in your idea.
- We help you to test the viability of your idea by using our vast experience
- With us you can be sure about the different pain points your intended users are experiencing
- Based on the pain points, we identify solutions to manage the product features smartly
- Final roadmap that will be presented to your potential customers and investors
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1. Prove the need
The first most crucial step of creating a proof of concept is trying to prove the need. People will only invest in an idea if they feel they really need it. Before you begin designing your software, it is vital to be sure about the different pain points your intended users are experiencing. You do not have to talk to thousands of people— just a few who have the same concerns. Therefore, make sure that at the end of this step, you have a list of goals and needs that your software ought to solve.
2. Map the pain points
The next step is trying to answer whether the solutions your software provides will answer your intended users’ pain. Designing your software will help you come up with different ways to solve each pain point. But, you have to evaluate each solution and try to determine how each one stacks up when it comes to competition, challenges, timeline, and challenges, among others. Once you map out the pain points, you can identify solutions your final products solve.
3. Build a prototype
The next step is building a prototype. Creating a crude product with essential features and the UI/UX you expect for the final product allows you to test it with your intended users. This gives you additional feedback and enables you to find out other functionalities you may have overlooked during the design process.
4. Create a road map
After all the above steps are complete, the next step is creating a roadmap, which will help you describe everything you have learned and outline recommendations for every step in the production process. This roadmap will then be presented to potential customers and investors, as it helps all involved parties have a clear goal on the end product. With all the steps involved, creating a POC is not a task for the faint-hearted, and this is why Omnis is here for you. We not only walk with you through the entire process; we also make it our top priority to help you develop the best proof of contract for your product. This will not only increase your brand awareness; it will also provide you with a tool to use when seeking investors.